Tex-Mex cornbread casserole brings the flavor!
Cornbread casseroles are a pretty popular dish. However, we’re committed to offering only the best low carb options. We bridge the gap between tradition and keto-friendly meals by making small adjustments that keep all the flavor but cut the carb count drastically. You CAN enjoy yourself while keeping it low carb.
This Tex-Mex cornbread casserole is all about the flavor. Check out the ingredients list, and you’ll see quite the combination of spices. You’ll love the pop of flavor combined with the melted cheese. It’s just the perfect way to tie in your favorite meal!
Of course, traditional cornbread is a no-go when you’re trying to keep it keto-friendly. That’s why you’ll see almond flour as the primary ingredient. Almond flour has fewer carbs and more protein so you can be sure you are keeping it keto with this meal.
You’ll love that this recipe is mostly hands off. All you need is about ten minutes to mix up the ingredients, and then you let your oven do the rest of the work for you! In about an hour, you’ll be sitting down to a piping hot plate of Tex-Mex casserole! This hearty comfort food is sure to hit the spot.
If you’re scratching you’re head about what to make for dinner, then look no further than this tried and true recipe. You’ll have plenty of flavor, fewer carbs, and you are sure to be completely satisfied. Don’t forget to top it with sour cream or guacamole to complete the meal. Enjoy it yourself, or invite your family and friends over for dinner! This is definitely a crowd-pleaser that everybody will appreciate.
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